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The Journal of Community Informatics

November 20, 2017

Journal Totals (since 2006-08-27)
Abstract Views: 1931493
Article Views: 3582149

Vol 13, No 2 (2017)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Vannini, Nemer, Halabi, Sabiescu, David CumbulaCritical Incidents Analysis: mismatching expectations and reconciling visions in intercultural encounters753219
de MoorCommunitySensor: towards a participatory community network mapping methodology1453473
Botto, TeliPIE News. A public design project toward commonfare240140
Mabila, Van Biljon, HerselmanA sustainability framework for mobile technology integration in schools: The case of resource-constrained environments in South Africa262205
Rhinesmith, Nemer, UrbanoIntroduction: Special Issue CIRN Prato Conference 2016152148
MahoneyContested histories, participatory movements and the making of memories in Bangladesh73
GuhathakurtaContested histories, participatory movements and the making of memories in Bangladesh298119
Villanueva-MansillaPlatform communities: a new frontier for Community Informatics?588197
Issue Totals38191501

Vol 13, No 1 (2017)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Cumbula, Sabiescu, CantoniCommunity design: a collaborative approach for social integration897403
Rose, Racadio, Martin, Girard, KolkoExpert yet vulnerable: Understanding the needs of transit dependent riders to inform policy and design1066461
Wollersheim, Koh, Walker, Liamputtong“Happy, just talking, talking, talking”: Community strengthening through mobile phone based peer support among refugee women573419
Jayakar, GrzesloLocal Economic Impacts of Investments in Community Technology Centers: An Empirical Investigation596375
TeetersDeveloping Social Alongside Technical Infrastructure: A Case Study Applying ICTD Tenets to Marginalized Communities in the United States550395
Zelenkauskaite, GonzalesNon-Standard Typography Use Over Time: Signs of a Lack of Literacy or Symbolic Capital?823418
Johnson, SieberThe Geoweb for community-based organizations: Tool development, implementation, and sustainability in an era of Google Maps801483
Lorini, Sabiescu, MemarovicCollective Digital Storytelling in Community-based co-design projects. An Emergent Approach870612
Naude, van BiljonScholarly Impact: a Bibliometric and Altmetric study of the Journal of Community Informatics705714
Villanueva-MansillaAgency and technology826370
Thinyane, SiebörgerMobiSAM: Reflections from a four year case study using technology to increase public participation in local government in South Africa377255
Issue Totals80844905

Vol 12, No 3 (2016)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Blignaut, Venter, RenaudGranny gets smarter but Junior hardly notices958535
Prado, Tirado-Alcaraz, CâmaraPerceptions of ICT use in rural Brazil: Factors that impact appropriation among marginalized communities1248616
Zubiaga, Mac NameeGraphical Perception of Value Distributions: An Evaluation of Non-Expert Viewers' Data Literacy1125677
Bhargava, Kadouaki, Bhargava, Castro, D'IgnazioData Murals: Using the Arts to Build Data Literacy1624820
Liew, ChowdhuryDigital Cultural Heritage and Social Sustainability960653
Wolff, Gooch, Cavero Montaner, Rashid, KortuemCreating an Understanding of Data Literacy for a Data-driven Society1403979
Wolff, Cavero Montaner, KortuemUrban Data in the primary classroom: bringing data literacy to the UK curriculum1167709
CrusoeData Literacy defined pro populo: To read this article, please provide a little information1707835
D'Ignazio, BhargavaDataBasic: Design Principles, Tools and Activities for Data Literacy Learners25221285
Tygel, KirschContributions of Paulo Freire for a Critical Data Literacy: a Popular Education Approach1305911
Kayser-BrilDon't ask too much from data literacy1130559
Argast, ZvyagintsevaData Literacy projects in Canada: Field notes from the Open Data Institute, Toronto node12391560
Wolske, RhinesmithCritical Questions for Community Informatics in Practice1787727
Frank, Walker, Attard, TygelData Literacy - What is it and how can we make it happen?13711009
MatthewsData literacy conceptions, community capabilities1200852
Frank, WalkerSome Key Challenges for Data Literacy869690
Villanueva-MansillaEditorial: Cosmopolitanism versus Traditionalism and the need to talk about a different divide993590
Issue Totals2260814007

Vol 12, No 2 (2016)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Jalil, JalilUnderstanding Information need and media habit of poor farmers in Bangladesh976826
Van Schalkwyk, Canares, Chattapdhyay, AndrasonOpen Data Intermediaries in Developing Countries1383941
Redhead, BreretonA Suburban Communications Network: Recurrence of Use, Growth of Participation, and the Challenges of Sustainability986865
Frank, WalkerUser Centred Methods for Measuring the Value of Open Data17251001
Larquemin, Mukhopadhyay, ButeauOpen Data and Evidence-based Socio-economic Policy Research in India: An overview1113916
Canares, Marcial, NarcaEnhancing Citizen Engagement with Open Government Data1215982
Canares, ShekharOpen Data and Subnational Governments: Lessons from Developing Countries1406964
McLeod, McNaughtonMapping an emergent Open Data eco-system1532948
Davies, PeriniResearching the emerging impacts of open data: revisiting the ODDC conceptual framework31851967
FinkTo the Cloud: Big Data in a Turbulent World by Vincent Mosco10851017
Yim, Gomez, CarterFacebook’s “Free Basics”: For or against community development?16551110
RobertsGeek Heresy: a heretical view of technology for development9831048
Sharif, Van SchalkwykIntroduction709496
Issue Totals1795313081

Vol 12, No 1 (2016)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
SzécsiMediated communication and mediated communities in the information age1005817
Bailey, NgwenyamaCommunity Mediation through ICTs: Seeking to Bridge Digital and Community Divides12491008
Rai, Griffiths'Useful' civic hacking for environmental sustainability:knowledge transfer and the International Space Apps Challenge1561834
OjedokunICT and Online Social Movements for Good Governance in Nigeria1279977
Tredoux, Louw, Louw-PotgieterMobile phones and reading for enjoyment: evidence of use and behaviour change1352885
McDonaldENCITE: A model to help Voluntary Organisations use ICT effectively1073794
Harley, Howland, HarrisTrajectories to community engagement: Understanding older people’s experiences of engagement with online and local communities1738939
Uys, PatherGovernment Public Access Centres (PACs): A beacon of hope for marginalised communities1361894
Fujii, Yoshiura, Ohta, Takita, Ueda, MaruAbuse Prevention of Street Camera Network by Browsing-History Disclosure1400802
GrahamCooperating community connections: A changing political reality1067755
Gurstein, Ph.D.Repurposing Post Offices as Community Innovation Hubs: Digital Inclusion, Equity and De-concentration1003759
Villanueva-MansillaEditorial: a legacy to cherish657698
Issue Totals1474510162

Vol 11, No 3 (2015)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
WillsReflective evaluation of civil society development: A case study of RLabs Cape Town, South Africa15752067
Halabi, Sabiescu, David, Vannini, NemerFrom Exploration to Design: Aligning Intentionality in Community Informatics Projects22161972
van Biljon, Traxler, van der Merwe, Van HeerdenCurriculum development for mobile digital literacy skills acquisition using a Design Science Approach18391849
Twinomurinzi, JohnsonMeta-Synthesizing Qualitative Research in Information Systems17521947
SmithFocus Groups as a Tool to Collect Data in a Community Informatics Project Involving Elderly Rural Women20562000
Meyer, MaraisDesign for Sustainability: Countering the Drivers of Unsustainability in Development Projects18581888
Newman, Lupiáñez-VillanuevaA Framework to Research the Social Determinants of ICTs for E-Health18283461
McMahon, Chasle, WhiteduckFirst Mile Methodologies in Community Informatics Research: Learning from First Nations17192483
Tygel, Campos, de AlvearTeaching Open Data for Social Movements: a Research Strategy19753534
Alexander, Gelderblom, De KockContributions from Visitor Research to CI and ICT4D Theory and Research Methodology15861682
ByrumWhat are Community Wireless Networks For?19971983
GursteinA Canadian Election Programme for Digital Citizenship and Social Equity14141180
Bytheway, Rhinesmith, WolfeIntroduction: Research Methods for Community Informatics11371571
Issue Totals2295227617

Vol 11, No 2 (2015)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BødkerUsing IT to ‘do good’ in communities?18481650
de MoorCommunities in Context: Taking Control of Their Tools in Common(s)21021967
Carroll, Shih, KropczynskiCommunity informatics as innovation in sociotechnical infrastructures26602588
Cabitza, Simone, CornettaSensitizing concepts for the next community-oriented technologies: shifting focus from social networking to convivial artifacts21832397
De CindioCommunity&Technologies, Community Informatics: Tensions and Challenges23322495
Weibert, Aal, von Rekowski, Wulf"Hey, can we make that, please?": Upon Craft as a Means for Cross-cultural Community-Building18371765
Rey-Moreno, Sabiescu, Siya, TuckerLocal Ownership, Exercise of Ownership and Moving from Passive to Active Entitlement: A practice-led inquiry on a rural community network19421872
Parra, Nemer, Hakken, D'AndreaDeep Trust in the future of Community Informatics30901792
WilliamsonEmbedding Digital Advantage: A Five-Stage Maturity Model for Digital Communities20272023
SchulerEngaging Academia: Strengthening the Link Between Community and Technology18531430
Carroll, ObeysekareCI 101: Community Informatics as General Education19261565
Gurstein, WulfCommunity & Technologies – Challenges and Opportunities for Future Research1073731
Issue Totals2487322275

Vol 11, No 1 (2015)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Smith, HanischImpacts of Mobile Phone Use on Poverty Reduction for Non-Commercial Farmers in Rural North Ghana1878
Villanueva-MansillaDigital order and political disorder: thoughts about opposite effects of digital media on emerging societies16351514
AddomManaging Knowledge During Partnerships: A Case of Intermediaries in Agricultural Innovation System.181211454
Abd Aziz, Fitri S, SoubakeavathiConstructing Sustainable Digital Learning Environments for Remote Rural Children of Sarawak55131475
MisraInformation Kiosk Based Indian E-Governance Service Delivery: Value Chain Based Measurement Modelling19502265
AkhrasModeling Social Inclusion Systems17421167
Jin, Robey, BoudreauThe Nature of Hybrid Community: An Exploratory Study of Open Source Software User Groups18382089
Russell, YoungInfluences and Experiences of Using Digital Devices in Laterlife15601677
NemerFrom Digital Divide to Digital Inclusion and Beyond31003820
HossainUsers and Uses of Internet Access Points in Bangladesh: A Case Study of Community Information Centers (CICs)22952385
MuthiahAssessment of Mobile Voice Agricultural Messages Given to Farmers of Cauvery Delta Zone of Tamil Nadu, India19392855
Tagliacozzo, ArcidiaconoDo ICTs Help To Maintain Social Capital In The Disaster Recovery Phase? A Case Study Of The L'aquila Earthquake17212730
Heeks, OspinaAnalysing Urban Community Informatics from a Resilience Perspective27773751
NemerBook Review: Digital Dead End: Fighting for Social Justice in the Information Age16491291
HalabiBook Review - Favela Digital: The Other Side of Technology20111371
BoerCommunity meeting the Namibian Education Technology Policy with OLPC's XO laptops: is it a viable approach?18802002
GursteinWhy I’m Giving Up on the Digital Divide12981541
Issue Totals3659843387

Vol 10, No 3 (2014)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Memarovic, Fels, Anacleto, Calderon, Gobbo, CarrollRethinking Third Places: Contemporary Design With Technology31136134
Balassiano, SeegerEmpowering Newcomers with Low-Tech Workshops and High-Tech Analyses20222890
Iaconesi, PersicoUrban Acupuncture in the era on Ubiquitous Media25062985
BugsICTs Encouraging Changes in the Citizen's Relationship with Government and Urban Space: Brazilian Examples22252154
Schmidt-Thome, Wallin, Laatikainen, Kangasoja, KyttäExploring the use of PPGIS in self-organizing urban development: Case softGIS in Pacific Beach23835307
Reinwald, Berger, Stoik, Platzer, DamyanovicAugmented Reality at the Service of Participatory Urban Planning and Community Informatics – a case study from Vienna25224068
DhakalICT-Mediated Adaptive Capacity of Environmental Third Sector in Australia19691713
Stokes, Bar, Baumann, CaldwellNeighborhood Planning of Technology: Physical Meets Digital City from the Bottom-Up with Aging Payphones39206019
Antoniadis, ApostolThe Right(s) to the Hybrid City and the Role of DIY Networking53384007
ChorianopoulosCommunity-based Pedestrian Mapmaking20123395
BaibaracThe ‘Urban Spacebook’ experimental process: Co-designing a Platform for Participation23002993
Horelli, SadowayCommunity Informatics in Cities: New Catalysts for Urban Change22902755
Staffans, HorelliExpanded Urban Planning as a Vehicle for Understanding and Shaping Smart, Liveable Cities30154732
GursteinSmart Cities vs. Smart Communities: Empowering Citizens not Market Economics25933135
Sadoway, Shekhar(Re)Prioritizing Citizens in Smart Cities Governance: Examples of Smart Citizenship from Urban India57209842
Issue Totals4392862129

Vol 10, No 2 (2014)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
GrunfeldICT for sustainable development: an example from Cambodia25464354
Zorina, DuttonBuilding Broadband Infrastructure from the Grassroots: the Case of Home LANs in Belarus25681785
van Stam, van GreunenAn African Rural Internet Network, and its interactions with Academics27575450
LowenbergThe Ecology of Community Networking21411875
KaranicolasBridging the Divide: Understanding and Implementing Access to the Internet as a Human Right30163748
Philpot, Beaton, WhiteduckFirst Mile Challenges to Last Mile Rhetoric: Exploring the Discourse between Remote and Rural First Nations and the Telecom Industry30945262
Richard, PhilpotGoFred: Municipally-Owned ICT Utilities in Fredericton, New Brunswick19227708
McMahon, MangiokFrom the First Mile to Outer Space: Tamaani Satellite Internet in Northern Quebec34973417
Winter, Buente, BuskirkOpportunities and Challenges for First-mile Development in Rural Hawaiian Communities27694923
Whiteduck, Tenasco, O'Donnell, Whiteduck, LockhartDeveloping an e-Community Approach to Community Services in Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation22092660
Kakekaspan, O'Donnell, Beaton, Walmark, GibsonThe First Mile Approach to Community Services in Fort Severn First Nation53712885
KozakLocal Communities and Home Rule: Extending the Alberta SuperNet to Unserved Areas27513339
BlantonThe Cancellation of the Community Access Program and the Digital Divide(s) in Canada: Lessons Learned and Future Prospects24243287
BlyRural Communications – What is a Rural Municipality’s Role?22231874
Skogseid, Grøtte, StrandUnderstanding Broadband Infrastructure Development in Remote and Rural Communities – a Staged and Reflexive Approach36234034
Beaton, CampbellSettler Colonialism and First Nations e-Communities in Northwestern Ontario26783294
Lockhart, Tenasco, Whiteduck, O'DonnellInformation and Communication Technology for Education in an Algonquin First Nation in Quebec21522772
McMahon, Hudson, FabianThe First Mile Connectivity Consortium and Digital Regulation in Canada20502470
Whiteduck, BeatonBuilding First Nation Owned and Managed Fibre Networks across Quebec45842413
McMahon, Philpot, O'Donnell, Beaton, Whiteduck, Burton, GursteinThe First Mile of Broadband Connectivity in Communities: Introduction to the Special Issue25732417
GursteinThe Multistakeholder Model, Neo-liberalism and Global (Internet) Governance24482162
Issue Totals5939672129

Vol 10, No 1 (2014)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
WilliamsChanging youths role in development through ICT enterprise and investment17531457
Gray-McKay, Gibson, O'Donnell, MishkeegogamangAn Inquiry into Community Members’ Use and Attitudes toward Technology in Mishkeegogamang Tepacimowin Networks26985076
Wijaya, PolinaInternet Access At Public Access Venues In A Developing Countries: Lessons from Yogyakarta, Indonesia24951400
KoniecznyFrom Pebble to Avalanche: How Information and Communications Technologies Empowered Underprivileged Actors Through Ages29556220
StoneImplementing State-Level Technological Literacy Policy in Rural Pennsylvania18603787
Wickramasinghe, AhmadHow Does Internet Usage Influence On Social Capital, Connectedness, Success And Well-Being Of Grassroots Level Inventors In Sri Lanka?24153171
Jiang, CarrollShared identity and personal tie in influencing cooperative behavior23314421
Bogner, Tharp, McManusBridging the Digital Divide in Dunn County, Wisconsin: A Case Study of NPO use of ICT24224950
BernhardLocal e-Government in Sweden - Municipal Contact Center implementation with focus on Citizens and Public Administrators27165694
EreteCommunity, Group and Individual: A Framework for Designing Community Technologies23333497
Mohd Yusof, HashimExploring the Formation of Social Capital in a Malaysia Virtual Community21953880
MoraEmergent digital activism: The generational/technological connection367210031
Tacchi, Kitner, MulenahalliDrive-by Wi-Fi and digital storytelling: development and co-creation54625056
Jones, Smithson, HennessyFailures and success in using webcasts, discussion forums, Twitter, and email to engage older people and other stakeholders in rural ageing29644426
SieferEngaging Stakeholders: The First Step to Increasing Digital Inclusion Abstract31332341
GursteinBeyond Access: Libraries are the New Telecentres17612117
WolskeResearch Methods: Information, systems and contexts23592029
Issue Totals4552469553

Vol 9, No 4 (2013)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Johnston, BacishogaImpact of Mobile Phones on Integration: Case of Refugees in South Africa25684453
Mlitwa, KorantengIntegration of ICT onto Curricula in the Western Cape Schools: The Activity Theory Perspective36075986
MooketsiOptimisation of Livestock Identification and Trace-back System LITS Database to meet Local Needs: Case Study of Botswana27727233
van Biljon, Renaud, van DykReporting on Accessibility Challenges Experienced by South Africa’s Older Mobile Phone Users20854638
Steyn, Rampa, MaraisParticipatory development of ICT entrepreneurship in an informal settlement in South Africa24655883
Attwood, Diga, Braathen, MayTelecentre functionality in South Africa: Re-enabling the community ICT access environment24974933
BythewayQualitative Research without money: Experiences with a home-grown Qualitative Content Analysis tool24019298
Turpin, Alexander, PhahlamohlakaAssessing the contribution of information technology to socio-economic development: A case study from rural South Africa26773201
Bagui, BythewayExploring eParticipation in the city of Cape Town694610592
Van Belle, CupidoIncreasing Public Participation in Local Government by Means of Mobile Phones: What do South African Youth Think?302713701
Musiyandaka, Ranga, KiwaAn analysis of factors influencing success of ICT4D projects: a case study of the Schools Computerisation Programme in Mashonaland West Province, Zimbabwe.49236931
Pather, PhahlamohlakaSouthern Africa Special Edition: Editorial19481355
.An Internet for the Common Good: Engagement, Empowerment, and Justice for All: A Community Informatics Declaration48062053
GursteinCommunity-Driven Projects: Reflections on a Success Story A Case Study of Science Education and Information Technology in South Africa20801762
Issue Totals4480282019

Vol 9, No 3 (2013)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Loureiro-Koechlin, ButcherThe Emergence of Converging Communities via Twitter40498295
NascimbeniCollaborative Knowledge Creation in Development Networks: Lessons Learned from a Transnational Programme28362748
Heaton, Millerand, ProulxFacilitating community innovation: The Outils-Réseaux Way49906890
Lev-OnCommunities, Crowds and Focal Sites: Fine-Tuning the Theoretical Grounding of Collaboration Online35885261
Schiavo, Rodríguez, VeraAppropriation of ICTs by informal communities in metropolitan cities. The case of the “La Salada” market in the Latin American context47927105
GómezThe ecology of linking technologies: toward a non-instrumental look at new technological repertoires52433112
FinquelievichThe Emergence and Development of a Regional Living Lab: The Case of San Luis, Argentina28677235
Kommonen, BoteroAre the Users Driving, and How Open is Open? Experiences from Living Lab and User Driven Innovation projects37344389
Parker, Wills, WillsRLabs: A South African Perspective on a Community-driven Approach to Community Information34554254
SalgadoMuseums as Living Labs Challenge, Fad or Opportunity?33433830
Finquelievich, SalgadoIntroduction31521533
Saad SulonenDigital Habitats – stewarding technology for communities28492561
GursteinCommunity Innovation and Community Informatics39022515
Issue Totals4880059728

Vol 9, No 2 (2013)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Davis, Bean, McBrideDecreasing Health Disparities through Technology: Building a Community Health Website32713549
Adelson, OldingNarrating Aboriginality On-Line: Digital Storytelling, Identity and Healing523210217
Braa, ManyaDeveloping decentralised health information systems in developing countries1739
Ahmed, PulmanConcussion Information on the Move: The Role of Mobile Technology in Concussion Management33785283
Banerjee, BasuImpact of Internet on delivery of critical cardiac health care: A case study from India30153605
Nansen, Chakraborty, Gibbs, MacDougall, Vetere‘MYBus’: Young People's Mobile Health, Wellbeing and Digital Inclusion57535382
BuckinghamCapturing Qualitative Spatial Data to Understand Social Epidemiology in Public Health36374429
Loring, Friel, Matheson, Kitau, Ake, Kitur, Rosewell, Randall, PosanaiImproving community health equity: the potential role for mHealth in Papua New Guinea35604831
Hicks, Grimson, SmithWith a little help from my friends: experiences of building a virtual community for children with cancer40405570
Wright, Ghani, Kemm, ParryHealth Impact Assessment of a UK Digital Health Service40916104
Shozi, Pottas, Mostert-PhippsPerceived Benefits Of Remote Data Capturing In Community Home-Based Care: The Caregivers’ Perspective29903561
de la Harpe, Lotriet, Pottas, KorpelaSocio-technical approach to community health: designing and developing a mobile care data application for home-based healthcare, in South Africa37227210
Kossi, Sæbø, Braa, Jalloh, ManyaDeveloping decentralised health information systems in developing countries –cases from Sierra Leone and Kenya42585258
Bean, Davis, ValdezBridging the Digital Divide: A Bilingual Interactive Health Kiosk for Communities Affected by Health Disparities33553649
Chigona, Nyemba, MetfulaA review on mHealth research in developing countries607311456
Newman, AlsanousiOverview of ICTs and Health28972153
PringleW(h)ither Community: Locating participatory approaches to ICT-enabled health and development30221938
GursteinEditorial: Community Informatics for Improving Health28451447
Issue Totals6687885642

Vol 9, No 1 (2013)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
HitchnerDoing High-tech Collaborative Research in the Middle of Borneo:28674398
Ibrahim, AininCommunity Technology Project in Malaysia: Kedai.Kom25953136
Prado, JanbekTelecenter Web Portals in Latin American and Arab Nations: A Comparative Analysis27354920
Arifoglu, Afacan, ErAn Analysis of Public Internet Access Points (PIAPs)28593191
Arnold, StillmanPower, Communities, and Community Informatics: a meta-study27653243
Yusop, Ibrahim, Mohd Yusof, Mat Aji, Md. Dahalin, Ghazali, Saad, Abu Seman, Yasin, Kasiran, Abd. RazakInformation Needs of Rural Communities35373676
Mirani, MiraniPerception of Farmers and Extension and Research Personnel Regarding Use and Effectiveness of Sources of Agricultural Information in Sindh Province of Pakistan25225044
Xiao, FarooqSupporting End User Development in Community Computing: Requirements, Opportunities, and Challenges29057092
Hu, Johnston, HemphillFostering cooperative community behavior with IT tools: the influence of a designed deliberative space on efforts to address collective challenges33895597
Jeffres, Jian, Neuendorf, BrackenStimulating Citizens to Community Action in Urban Areas: Media, Interpersonal Networks and Organizations33603811
Wolske, Gibbs, Kehoe, Jones, IrishOutcome of Applying Evidence-Based Design to Public Computing Centers: A Preliminary Study33158236
GhobadiApplication of Activity Theory in Understanding Online Communities of Practice: A Case of Feminism26343028
van StamInformation and Knowledge Transfer in the rural community of Macha, Zambia28244361
JanssonLocal democratic values and e-government: barrier or promoter? A case study of a multicultural Swedish municipality28615703
GursteinTowards the Internet as a Global Public Good23361493
Issue Totals4350466929

Vol 8, No 3 (2012)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Hosman, FifeThe Potential And Limits Of Mobile Phone Usage For Development In Africa: Innovation And Top-Down-Meets-Bottom-Up Partnering700631676
Adria, BrownAmbiguity and Uncertainty in the “Last Mile”: Using Sense-making to Explore How Rural Broadband Networks Are Created54237003
TolandFrom Rural Women’s Groups to the World:31634379
SadowayFrom Associations To Info-Sociations: Civic Associations And ICT In Two Asian Cities449114857
JonesExploring several dimensions of local, global and glocal using the generic conceptual framework Hodges's model56206352
Wallin, HorelliPlaying With The Glocal Through Participatory e-Planning37046732
HalderBook Review - Development Communication: Reframing the Role of Media36134807
De Cindio, SchulerBeyond Community Networks: From Local to Global, from Participation to Deliberation450710844
Horelli, SchulerLinking the Local with the Global within Community Informatics54412895
GursteinGlocality: Thinking about Community Informatics and the Local in the Global and the Global in the Local.25673396
Issue Totals4553592941

Vol 8, No 2 (2012)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BothOpen Data - what the citizens really want56355474
RathData Template For District Economic Planning58488670
Bates“This is what modern deregulation looks like” : co-optation and contestation in the shaping of the UK’s Open Government Data Initiative1015127143
DemeyerApps For Amsterdam45584801
McGinnes, ElandyUnintended Behavioural Consequences of Publishing Performance Data: Is More Always Better?642520691
RamanThe Rhetoric of Transparency and its Reality: Transparent Territories, Opaque Power and Empowerment633120168
RamanCollecting data in Chennai City and the limits of openness43737131
SrinivasanMapping the Tso Kar basin in Ladakh36784227
De CindioGuidelines for Designing Deliberative Digital Habitats: Learning from e-Participation for Open Data Initiatives551837932
ColeSome Observations on the Practice of “Open Data” As Opposed to Its Promise619211457
GursteinTwo Worlds of Open Government Data: Getting the Lowdown on Public Toilets in Chennai and Other Matters36194225
Davies, BawaThe Promises and Perils of Open Government Data (OGD)734613071
ThurstonTrustworthy Records and Open Data46795887
JanssenOpen Government Data and the Right to Information: Opportunities and Obstacles696717094
HandlykkenExploring the politics of Free/Libre/Open Source Software (FLOSS) in the context of contemporary South Africa; how are open policies implemented in practice?40513286
Issue Totals85371191257

Vol 8, No 1 (2012)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BurmeisterWhat Seniors Value About Online Community44329721
Burmeister, Foskey, Hazzlewood, LewisSustaining Online Communities Involving Seniors37587638
Milliken, ODonnell, Gibson, DanielsOlder Adults and Video Communications: A Case Study35679877
SpradleyRecareering Happily Ever After: An Analysis Of Job Transition Storytelling In AARP Message Boards32565231
BunzRevisited: Communication Media Use in the Grandparent/Grandchild Relationship38705685
NimrodOnline Communities As A Resource In Older Adults’ Tourism422911233
Chang, Heh, LinTele-Physical Examination and Tele-Care Systems for Elderly People38154939
Sperazza, Ph.D., CPRP, Dauenhauer, Ph.D., MSW, Banerjee, Ph.D.Tomorrow’s Seniors: Technology And Leisure Programming38936336
Keogh, Power, Wooler, Lucas, WhatmanCan The Nintendo Wii(tm) Sports Game System Be Effectively Utilized In The Nursing Home Environment: A Feasibility Study?44367358
Leikas, Saariluoma, Rousi, Kuisma, VilpponenLife-Based Design Against Loneliness Among Older People41977226
LintonRoadblocks and Resolutions in the Technological Journey422612170
Neves, AmaroToo Old For Technology? How The Elderly Of Lisbon Use And Perceive ICT830453294
Chen, Wen, Xie"I communicate with my children in the game": Mediated Intergenerational Family Relationships through a Social Networking Game48176308
Gardner, Kamber, Netherland“Getting Turned On”: Using ICT Training To Promote Active Ageing In New York City54584240
Feist, Parker, HugoOlder and Online: Enhancing social connections in Australian rural places34263508
Samuelson, CieslaThe Getting Illinois Low Income Seniors and People with Disabilities Online Demonstration BTOP SBA project: A Case Study24762526
van Stam, MweetwaCommunity Radio Provides Elderly a Platform to Have Their Voices Heard in rural Macha, Zambia27525690
NgServing Seniors with Simple Technology – From Indoor to Outdoor Emergency Support and Care34092693
Gallagher, Murphy, FennellAgeing, Vision Impairment and Digital Inclusion in Ireland34595583
BeitzelHow Not to Forget Your Next Appointment: Use Technology to Combat the Effects of Aging28271945
Rich, Howe, Larson, ChuangEmpowering Chronically Ill Patients and Caregivers using Remote Monitoring Technology26972903
LindemanMounting Evidence of the Benefits of Telehealth: U.K. Study Shows 45% Reduction in Mortality Rates1616
Kok, Williams, YanSeniors Skyping: A Professional, Academic, and Community Collaboration25752537
Coppola, Wexler, Drury, Heyman, Thomas, Tschinkel, BarnesA Case Study: Growing Community Partnerships with a Service-Learning Intergenerational Computing Course34814507
LoebOverview: Technology and Aging Issue28543937
BuddeBroadband Project For The Aging In Victoria28021863
GursteinCommunity Informatics and Older Persons: The Necessary Connection30202269
Issue Totals99652191217

Vol 7, No 3 (2011)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Ridolfo, Hart-Davidson, McLeodRhetoric and the Digital Humanities: Imagining The Michigan State University Israelite Samaritan Collection as the Foundation for a Thriving Social Network46934686
Saeed, Rohde, WulfConducting ICT Research in Community Networks: Reflections from a Long Term Study of the European Social Forum31953476
Carroll, Horning, Hoffman, Ganoe, Robinson, RossonVisions, Participation and Engagement in New Community Information Infrastructures38616845
O'Reilly-RoweDigiPopEd: Popular Education and Digital Culture34015099
Bilandzic, VenableTowards Participatory Action Design Research: Adapting Action Research and Design Science Research Methods for Urban Informatics671221950
Craig, WilliamsResearch informing practice: Toward effective engagement in community ICT in New Zealand34856259
Light, Egglestone, Wakeford, RogersParticipant-Making: bridging the gulf between community knowledge and academic research37836450
DayCommunity-based learning: A model for higher education and community partnerships615712927
Allen, FothIntroduction to the Special Issue: Research in Action for Community Informatics: A Matter for Conversation40705826
GursteinEvolving Relationships: Universities, Researchers and Communities35752036
UdenNetworking for Communications Challenged Communities: Report from a European project targeting conditions of poor or lacking ICT coverage50107069
Issue Totals4794282623

Vol 7, No 1-2 (2011)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
PassarelliThe School of the Future / USP: Twenty Years of Vanguard in Social Networks33732465
Sampaio, Maia, MarquesParticipation and Deliberation on the Internet: A Case Study of Digital Participatory Budgeting in Belo Horizonte46807567
Machado, Prado, Silva, Lira, TadashiThe Rede Brasil De Bibliotecas Comunitárias: A Space For Sharing Information And Building New Knowledge49386425
AkhrasSituating Learning for Digital Inclusion in the Social Context of Communities48632116
Alvear, ThiollentParticipatory Development of Technologies as a Way to Increase Community Participation: the Cidade de Deus Web Portal Case41752311
Tygel, de AlvearThe Development of an Information System for the Solidarity Economy Movement33534338
Prado, Câmara, FigueiredoEvaluating ICT Adoption in Rural Brazil: A Quantitative Analysis of Telecenters as Agents of Social Change63767072
Rodrigues, ValenteMastering Of Hypermedia Resources By Virtual Learning Communities: Possibilities And Constraints For Interaction, Communication And Construction Of Network Knowledge.36117748
Maia, ValenteGarden of Literacies: ICDT Contributing to the Construction of New Realities for Digitally-Excluded Senior Citizens34924244
LenstraMídia Cidadã: Utopia Brasileira. São Bernardo do Campo: Melo, J.M. de, Gobbi, M.C. & Sathler, L. (Eds.) (2006).27781400
TakazawaRoot Shock: How Tearing Up City Neighborhoods Hurts America and What We Can Do About It: Fullilove, Mindy Thompson. (2004)28892149
WilliamsWelcome to JOCI reviews25801274
Olinto, FragosoSpecial Double Issue: The Internet and Community Informatics in Brazil31982330
Olinto, FragosoInternet use in Brazil: speeding up or lagging behind?38962593
GursteinEditorial: Community Informatics in Brazil30191851
Issue Totals5722155883

Vol 6, No 3 (2010)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Gomez, Baron-PorrasPublic Access to the Internet and Social Change: An experience in Colombia, between silence and hope54507106
PradoLighting up the Dark: Telecenter Adoption in a Caribbean Agricultural Community35416172
SarricaICTs Meanings and Practices: Contributions from the Social Representation Approach35617393
de MoorUsing Collaboration Patterns for Contextualizing Roles in Community Systems Design31234123
Pietrucci“Poetic” publics: Agency and rhetorics of “netroots” activism in post-earthquake L’Aquila43515688
ArnoldOpen educational resources or closed learning management systems? –The Challenge of Designing ICT Support for Learning Communities in Higher Education39724279
Denison, Johansone-Research Infrastructure and Community Research30672845
Gomez, StillmanEditorial: Special Issue Prato Conference22192234
MagassaApplying a Community Informatics Approach as Part of Rehabilitation in US Prisons32883744
ElliottEquity, pedagogy and inclusion. Harnessing digital technologies to support higher education access and success33285226
GursteinThe Ethical Responsibility of Researchers in Community Informatics23192019
StillmanParticipation in Broadband Society Vols. 1 & 222642355
Farinosi, TreréInside the "People of the Wheelbarrows": participation between online and offline dimension in the post-quake social movement437612656
Arden, McLachlan, CooperFlying blind, or going with the flow?: Using constructivist evaluation to manage the unexpected in the GraniteNet project40025819
Issue Totals4886171659

Vol 6, No 2 (2010)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Avery Gomez, PasseriniInformation and Communication Technologies (ICT) Options for Local and Global Communities in Health-Related Crisis Management605611166
Johansson Hedberg, Telecentre For Community Development: Evaluation of the Tunjang telecentre, Malaysia75747563
Molnár, CsótóIS Mentors and Peculiarities in the Development of the Hungarian Information Society31053855
SchackmanCommons or gated community? A theoretical explication of virtual community and the example of Craigslist58028529
Eley, HossainCouncil Community Directories as a Source of Information about Local Health Services in Rural Australia33393782
Goswami, Ghosh Ray, GhoseTelesupport Experiment for Agricultural Information Management in West Bengal, India40146634
Saad-Sulonen, HorelliThe value of Community Informatics to participatory urban planning and design: a case-study in Helsinki567711951
Stillman, Arnold, Gibbs, ShepherdICT, rural dilution and the new rurality: a case study of 'WheatCliffs'48596628
Newman, Biedrzycki, BaumDigital Technology Access and Use among Socially and Economically Disadvantaged Groups in South Australia746619936
GarudacharE-Agro Initiative of Ekutir and Grameen-Intel JV Social Business35183746
GursteinInvestment 58-Poverty 14: TheUN'sBroadband Commission for Digital Development vs. the MDGs26802140
Sayed, Singh, Saad-Sulonen, DiazCo-construction as complex adaptive system37607162
Issue Totals5785093092

Vol 5, No 3-4 (2009)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
PangCultivating the Women on Farms Gathering Community: A Digital Approach36625166
Karan, MathurWomen Forge Ahead in India: Internet and the Public Forum653310896
RabayahEconomic and Social Empowerment of Women Through ICT: A Case Study of Palestine521819374
McQuillanTechnicians, Tacticians and Tattlers: Women as Innovators and Change Agents in Community Technology Projects38989235
DhakalThe Digital Divide and Gender: A Survey of Environmental Community Organizations in Perth, Western Australia37096108
Flynn-Dapaah, RashidGender digital equality in ICT interventions in health: Evidence from IDRC supported projects in developing countries366513809
SalasInternet, power and politics: gender & ICTs in the movement against CAFTA32313388
SarkarWomen at Work and Home: New Technologies and Labor among Minority Women in Seelampur38906038
Raji, MGender Experiences in IT@School, an ICT enabled education project of Kerala, India28454263
SaxenaRural e-governance: Exploring the gender gaps and its impact on women(A case study of e-gram suraj scheme of Chhattisgarh State of India)39814013
Walker, VajjhalaGender and GIS: Mapping the Links between Spatial Exclusion, Transport Access, and the Millennium Development Goals in Lesotho, Ethiopia, and Ghana53825074
Ghosh, Engendering ICTs: Scope for Empowering women, with special reference to India30344202
Alam, Yusuf, CoghillVillage Phone Program, Commodification Of Mobile Phone Set And Empowerment Of Women40966633
OregliaCreating Community, Rejecting Community: Migrant Women in Beijing376512020
Sterling, Huyer89.1 FM: The Place for Development: Power shifts and participatory spaces in ICTD42448339
GursteinEditorial: Community Informatics and Gender23792388
GurumurthyGender in Community Informatics : Guest Editorial for the special issue on Gender and Community Informatics25853891
Issue Totals66117124837

Vol 5, No 2 (2009)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Lavoie, WilliamsManaging Changes in First Nations’ Health Care Needs: Is Telehealth the Answer?43666398
Gurstein, Beaton, SherlockA Community Informatics Model for e-Services in First Nations Communities: The K-Net Approach to Water Treatment in Northern Ontario44335112
Gideon, Nicholas, Rowlandson, WoolnerEnabling and Accelerating First Nations Telehealth Development in Canada36283935
McKelvey, O'DonnellOut from the Edges: Multi-site Videoconferencing as a Public Sphere in First Nations37646248
Mignone, HenleyImplementation of Information and Communication Technology in Aboriginal Communities: A Social Capital Perspective468214639
GursteinK-Net, Community Informatics and Service Delivery: An Evolving Paradigm29703503
Milliken, O'Donnell, GormanHow K-Net and Atlantic Canada's First Nation Help Desk are Using Videoconferencing for Community Development35608997
TomkinsonIn Search of Community Champions: Researching the Outcomes of K-Net’s Youth Information and Communications Technology Training Initiative31713874
PerleyRepresentation and Participation of First Nations Women in Online Videos37715603
Budka, Bell, How Northern Ontario's First Nation Communities Made Themselves At Home On The World Wide Web955927541
BeatonON-LINE RESOURCES about Keewaytinook Okimakanak, the Kuhkenah Network (K-Net) and Associated Broadband Applications41146109
Beaton, O'Donnell, Fiser, WalmarkThe K-Net Experience: Thematic Introduction to the Special Issue1886
Beaton, O'Donnell, Fiser, WalmarkThe K-Net Experience: Thematic Introduction to the Special Issue32306666
Issue Totals5313498625

Vol 5, No 1 (2009)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Bishop, BruceCommunity Inquiry and Collaborative Practice: The iLabs of Paseo Boricua44055863
RaoRole of ICTs in Indian Rural Communities3512254572
MateiThe Effect of Formal and Informal Social Capital on Diffusion of Wireless Encryption Practices: A longitudinal case study34856876
BarlowAssessing the geodemographics of the People's Network in public libraries in Shropshire.39105174
EvohThe role of Social Entrepreneurs in Deploying ICTs for Youth and Community Development in South Africa583626361
ThakurICTs and Community Participation: An Indicative Framework41095994
de MoorMoving Community Informatics Research Forward35414120
McCarthyCommunities, Technologies and Participation: Notes from C&T 200935526559
GursteinEditorial: Building the Broadband Economy from the Bottom Up: A Community Informatics Approach to BB and Economic Development24883551
Issue Totals66448119070

Vol 4, No 3 (2008)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
SohneCommunity Revenue Collection System374411330
As-Saber, HossainCall Centres and their Role in E-governance: A Developing Country Perspective541825869
RamirezA 'meditation' on meaningful participation49156265
AlbertDefining the Networked Community Movement40224697
Jarvis-Selinger, Ho, Novak Lauscher, BellTl’azt’en Learning Circle: Information Technology, Health and Cultural Preservation43316206
Fujii, Ohta, Ueda, Sugita, MaruNew Concept Regarding Management of Security Cameras41324971
Williams, DurranceSocial Networks and Social Capital: Rethinking Theory in Community Informatics16626166601
GursteinCommunity Informatics: What's in a Name30104207
Issue Totals46198230146

Vol 4, No 2 (2008)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
LongfordCommunity Networking and Civic Participation: Surveying the Canadian Research Landscape42409021
Rixon, BurnVisualisation Techniques For Facilitating Stakeholder Decision Making In Urban Planning42096684
VerzolaUsing Text/SMS for an Online Database of Election Returns31024546
Verma, Sinvhal, Nangia, Sharma, Kumar, PantCitizen-centric E-Governance Project in Uttaranchal, India38576086
de Jager, van ReijswoudE-Governance in the Developing World in Action485016365
NavarreteUtilization of Electronic Government Services in Mexico: A Matter of Trust34343518
RamanExamining the 'e' in government and governance: A case study in alternatives from Bangalore City, India449013135
Kettani, Gurstein, ElmahdieFez Local Good Governance Outcomes in a Developing World Context37025427
GursteinE-Governance and Community Informatics: Developed and Less Developed Country Experiences37962965
Issue Totals3568067747

Vol 4, No 1 (2008)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BhagatLife after Connectivity: the Impact of the Community Mesh Network in Mahavilachchiya, Sri Lanka’s E-village36036657
AdriaTime, space and the wireless community network42087307
Samanta, Knowles, Burke, Wagmister, EstrinMetropolitan Wi-Fi Research Network at the Los Angeles State Historic Park43828032
ChoTowards Place-peer community and civic bandwidth: a case study in community wireless networking425916604
Tapia, OrtizKeeping Promises: Municipal communities struggle to fulfill promises to narrow the digital divide with Municipal Community Wireless Networks47048500
ForlanoAnytime? Anywhere?: Reframing Debates Around Community and Municipal Wireless Networking1628021702
Dara, Dimanche, Ó SiochrúThe i-REACH Project in Cambodia44125446
Clement, PotterSaving Toronto Hydro Telecom's One Zone project from itself: alternative models for urban public wireless infrastructure39864525
Powell, MeinrathIntroduction to the Special Issue: Wireless Networking for Communities, Citizens and the Public Interest24874213
PietrosemoliSetting Long Distance WiFi Records: Proofing Solutions for Rural Connectivity490227138
VillanuevaSteve Cisler: an appreciation16911737
GursteinIs There A Wireless Community Informatics?28874898
Issue Totals57801116759

Vol 3, No 4 (2007)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
WongCommunity Wireless: Policy and Regulation Perspectives414410413
Ashraf, Swatman, HanischSome perspectives on understanding the adoption and implementation of ICT interventions in developing countries517610977
BodnarThe Vancouver Community Network, Social Investing and Public Good Models of ICT development36965011
Arnold, Shepherd, GibbsTrouble at Kookaburra Hollow: how media mediate382013175
Bruce, Hagens, EllisTechnology Mediated Learning: Building Capacity in Rural Communities655111551
AdeyinkaStakeholders' Perceptions of the Impact of the Global System for Mobile Communications on Nigeria Rural Economy: Implications for an Emerging Communications Industry713725469
GagnonInnovations in Microfinance technologies35053186
GursteinSome Thoughts on ICT in a Developing World Context38613720
Issue Totals3789083502

Vol 3, No 3 (2007)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BossioSostenibilidad de proyectos de desarrollo con nuevas tecnologías: el caso de la organización de regantes y su sistema de información en Huaral581429725
Gonzalez, Castro-QuiroaManteniendo lazos vía Web: El Caso de las Comunidades Mexicanas de Emigrantes en los EUA50437680
Porras, Salinas, Ramos, HuertaLa piedra angular: sujetos y contextos locales en la implementación de las políticas de inclusión digital-44718667
Medellin Urquiaga, Huerta VelázquezLa Promoción de las TIC para el Desarrollo en Pueblos Indígenas: Extensión o Comunicación492021028
MaesoPrograma de Intercambio entre operadores de telecentros. Una nueva generación de redes en el movimiento de telecentros panamericano.39074843
Vallejo MontoyaTelecentros comunitarios: un espacio para la participación y formación ciudadana. La experiencia de Manizales, Colombia38967064
TuyEl rol de los telecentros comunitarios en las comunidades indígenas de Sololà, Guatemala36874890
Finquelievich, FinquelievichSistemas comunitarios de satisfacción a necesidades de conectividad en la sociedad de la información: el caso de Argentina405010960
CaceresEl rol de las TIC en la educacion: Experencia del programa escolar de monitoreo ambiemental de la subcuenca del Cotahuasi, Perú403511453
Mori, AssumpçãoBrazilian Digital Inclusion Public Policy: achievements and challenges55875131
DavidziukApropiación de las tecnologías móviles desde un espejo lejano: infiltración barroca, creolización y canibalismo42145350
VillanuevaPolíticas y clivajes: algunas ideas a propósito de una revisión de políticas39413394
GursteinEditorial: Community Informatics with a Latin American Accent42552985
Villanueva, RoessnerIntroducción: TIC y América Latina: una revision desde las bases hasta la torre de marfil46356441
Issue Totals62455129611

Vol 3, No 2 (2007)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
KwapongFactors Influencing Information Delivery Technology Choice in Deprived Regions in Ghana44805385
AcevedoNetwork Capital: an expression of social capital in the Network Society644419148
EubanksTrapped in the Digital Divide: The Distributive Paradigm in Community Informatics586717517
Furuholt, KristiansenInternet Cafés in Asia and Africa – Venues for Education and Learning?472610607
Denison, JohansonSurveys of the use of information and communications technologies by community-based organisations46576643
AdomiOvernight Internet Browsing Among Cyber Café users in Abraka, Nigeria51416930
ArnoldThe concept of community and the character of networks491214642
GrahamA Comment Prompted by Andy Williamson's “A Review of New Zealand's Digital Strategy”52454433
GursteinQ: Where is the Wealth of Nations? A: In Communities.42802826
Issue Totals4575288131

Vol 3, No 1 (2007)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Bieber, McFall, Rice, GursteinTowards Systems Design for Supporting Enabling Communities58279871
Bourgeois, HoranA Design Theory Approach to Community Informatics: Community-Centered Development and Action Research Testing of Online Social Networking Prototype66428728
Lee, Ganoe, Schafer, Merkel, Carroll, RossonMaking Use of Scenarios for Achieving Effective Use in Community Computing Contexts48255377
De Cindio, Ripamonti, PeraboniCommunity Networks as lead users in online public services design.53679583
de MoorUsing System Dynamics to Construct Design Theory for Community Information Systems4794810369
Nnadi, GursteinTowards Supporting Community Information Seeking and Use50315257
Rideout, Reddick, O'Donnell, McIver, Jr., Kitchen, MillikenCommunity Organizations in the Information Age: A study of community intermediaries in Canada54105488
de Moor, De CindioBeyond Users to Communities – Designing Systems As Though Communities Matter - An Introduction to the Special Issue47545485
Averweg, O'DonnellCode of Ethics for Community Informatics Researchers69955839
GursteinCommunity Informatics and Systems Design50103779
Issue Totals9780969776

Vol 2, No 3 (2006)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Amariles, Paz, Russell, JohnsonThe Impacts of Community Telecenters in Rural Colombia75989300
WestTechnology Related Dangers: The Issue of Development and Security for Marginalized Groups in South Africa44626345
ChigonaShould communal computing facilities cohabit with public facilities?51134870
Lengyel, Eranusz, Füleki, Lőrincz, SiklósThe Cserénfa experiment.59837180
Parkinson, RamirezUsing a Sustainable Livelihoods Approach to Assessing the Impact of ICTs in Development1168311434
MayanjaRethinking telecentre sustainability approaches136566608
Kumar, BestSocial Impact and Diffusion of Telecenter Use: A Study from the Sustainable Access in Rural India Project305526763
Gurstein, PellYouth Interns and The Strategic Deployment of ICTs for Public Access57725360
NcheyeMy Experience with the Sengerema Community Multimedia Centre (CMC)49992819
GursteinLearning from the LDC's53694195
Issue Totals9518764874

Vol 2, No 2 (2006)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
BuréDigital Inclusion without Social Inclusion: The Consumption of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in Homeless Subculture in Central Scotland68768729
Sévigny, PrévostThe Learning Community as a Local Development Strategy38883920
de Moor, WeigandEffective Communication in Virtual Adversarial Collaborative Communities46814751
LochnerA Cost Maturity Model for Community Informatics Projects in the Developing World49145406
AverwegTowards a Code Of Cyberethics45105337
Foth, AdkinsA Research Design to Build Effective Partnerships between City Planners, Developers, Government and Urban Neighbourhood Communities66616488
Carroll, BishopSpecial Section on Learning in Communities: Introduction41573746
Fischer, Rohde, WulfSpiders in the Net: Universities as Facilitators of Community-based Learning38783342
FischerLearning in Communities: A Distributed Intelligence Perspective35464943
Kavanaugh, IsenhourDesigning Technology for Local Citizen Deliberation36444015
Kvasny, Kranich, SchementCommunities, Learning and Democracy in the Digital Age42875432
KvasnySocial Reproduction and its Applicability for Community Informatics366212048
Pipek, Rosson, Stevens, WulfSupporting the Appropriation of ICT: End-User Development in Civil Societies37974304
Venkatesh, OwensRadical Praxis and Civic Network Design35914737
Carroll, RossonThe Participant-Observer in Community-based Learning as Community Bard34843337
GursteinEnabling the Local as a Fundamental Development Strategy40694527
Bishop, Bruce, JonesCommunity Inquiry and Informatics: Collaborative Learning Through ICT40604654
Carroll, BishopSpecial Section on Learning in Communities: Complete423111447
Rosson, CarrollDevelopmental Learning Communities36305683
Issue Totals81566106846

Vol 2, No 1 (2006)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Williams, Wallace, PhD, SligoFree internet as agent of community transformation42034265
Proulx, Latzko-TothMapping the Virtual in Social Sciences: On the Category of "Virtual Community"64115773
Cordell, RomanowCommunity Networking and Public Benefits40683866
WilliamsonA Review of New Zealand’s Digital Strategy44774049
GranqvistLooking Critically at ICT4Dev: The Case of Lincos42213724
LeaningThe modal nature of ICT: challenging the historical interpretation of the social understanding and appropriation of ICT.48674516
Fujii, Yoshiura, OhtaCommunity Security By Widely Available Information Technology56033707
CislerA short movie about ICT81895222
GursteinCommunity Informatics and the World Summit on the Information Society47393227
Issue Totals4677838349

Vol 1, No 3 (2005)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
StoeckerIs Community Informatics Good for Communities? Questions Confronting an Emerging Field62176256
WalmarkKiHS: Bridging the Traditional and Virtual Classroom in Canada’s First Nation Schools42873265
Malina, BallICTs and Community and Suggestions for Further Research in Scotland54464243
Stillman, StoeckerStructuration, ICTs, and Community Work41143883
HaseloffCybercafés and their potential as Community Development Tools in India52745227
Finquelievich, KisilevskyCommunity Democratization of Telecommunications Community Cooperatives in Argentina: The Case Of TELPIN48715759
GrahamCommunity Networking as Radical Practice45173388
Hagar, HaythornthwaiteCrisis, Farming & Community53226737
O'Donnell, Walmark, KennyReport From the Field: The RICTA Meeting Video33682413
KakepetumPosition Paper: Turning the Corner with First Nations Telehealth34233463
GursteinEditorial: Putting Our Work in Context42422778
Issue Totals5108147412

Vol 1, No 2 (2005)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
MusgraveCommunity Portals: A False Dawn over the Field of Dreams?45503959
Hearn, Kimber, Lennie, SimpsonA Way Forward: Sustainable ICTs And Regional Sustainability70554770
Rideout, ReddickSustaining Community Access to Technology: Who Should Pay and Why.45653894
TannerEmotion, Gender and the Sustainability of Communities44434577
ThompsonA Role for Universities in Sustaining Regional ICT Initiatives? Exploring the Case of the University of Ballarat41203662
SimpsonCommunity Informatics and Sustainability: Why Social Capital Matters87168493
Merkel, Clitherow, Farooq, Xiao, Ganoe, Carroll, RossonSustaining Computer Use and Learning in Community Computing Contexts: Making Technology Part of “Who They are and What They Do”74353931
DaySustainable Community Technology: The symbiosis between community technology and community research46112908
Ripamonti, De Cindio, BenassiOnline communities sustainability: some economic issues43713431
GursteinTsunami Warning Systems and the Last Mile37724590
GursteinEditorial: Sustainability of Community ICTs and its Future45363232
Van Belle, TruslerAn Interpretivist Case Study of a South African Rural Multi-Purpose Community Centre59786535
StollHow Wi-Fi came to El Chaco40943470
MeinrathCommunity Wireless Networking and Open Spectrum Usage: a Research Agenda to Support Progressive Policy Reform of the Public Airwaves39194148
KakepetumOpen letter to Prime Minister Paul Martin: Broadband connectivity in aboriginal communities36092588
GursteinA Note on these "Notes from the Field"43172877
Schauder, Johanson, StillmanSustaining and transforming a community network: The information continuum model and the case of VICNET45735802
GursteinDirk Koning, 1957-200519731458
Issue Totals8663774325

Vol 1, No 1 (2004)

AuthorTitleAbstract ViewsArticle Views
Pigg, CrankBuilding Community Social Capital: The Potential and Promise of Information and Communications Technologies618414004
BeatonThe K-Net Story: Community ICT Development Work53293321
Webb, JonesWomen Connect: Phase 2 Report49054102
StafeevRole of Community Informatics in Socio-Cultural Transformations in Russia and the CIS48383591
Erwin, TaylorSocial Appropriation of Internet Technology: a South African platform42843516
Jhunjhunwala, Ramachandran, Bandyopadhyayn-Logue: The Story of a Rural Service Provider In India49617808
Menou, Poepsel, StollLatin American Community Telecenters: " It's a long way to TICperary "38465360
GursteinEditorial: Welcome to the Journal of Community Informatics58964153
RobinsonTowards a Neo-Apartheid System of Governance in Latin America - Implications for the Community Informatics Guild47792368
Salvador, SherryLocal Learnings: An Essay on Designing to Facilitate Effective Use of ICT s42933363
Clement, Gurstein, Longford, Luke, Moll, Shade, DeChiefThe Canadian Research Alliance for Community Innovation and Networking (CRACIN): A Research Partnership and Agenda for Community Networking in Canada47495425
Issue Totals5406457011